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All posts tagged "journalism"
Politics, public image and the press
From national news outlets to student media, the tension between journalists and the governing bodies they keep in check has seemed to have reached a high point. In a country built on free speech and free press,...
- Posted December 4, 2018
Journalism curriculum set to change in fall
Journalism majors will no longer be split into print and broadcast concentrations as of next semester. For the past two years, the School of Communications and the journalism department have revamped the journalism curriculum to prepare incoming...
- Posted April 9, 2014
QU to offer sports journalism master’s program
Quinnipiac will be the first university in the Northeast to offer a master’s program in sports journalism starting this fall. Quinnipiac will join Indiana University as the only two universities with this program. The decision to offer...
- Posted April 2, 2014
Job opportunities not as scarce as we think
Senior year. Now it’s time to improve your GPA to get the most cords at graduation. You continue to build strong, close relationships with professors who can become a job reference, or who can help you land...
- Posted November 13, 2013
Letter from the Editor: Chronicle’s take on the Barnacle
You may have noticed a new publication floating around campus: “The Quinnipiac Barnacle.” While this publication has no relation to The Chronicle, we appreciate its humor and efforts in entertaining the Quinnipiac community with their satirical, creative...
- Posted September 11, 2013
Media in action
His office is dimly lit, but brightened with memorabilia that showcases the distinguished broadcast journalism career of Dr. Edward Alwood. Shelves are lined with books, two of his own creation. Framed newspaper clippings of his early work,...
- Posted December 5, 2012
Inside the Mind of a Quinnipiac Alumnus
Name: Kerstein Perez ’12 Major: Journalism; Minor: Fine Arts Hometown: Queens, N.Y. Why did you choose to attend Quinnipiac? QU was exactly what I pictured college to be. To me it was perfect — far enough, but...
- Posted November 14, 2012